Breath, sound and motions are the ‘search-engines’ of creation. Each breath employs all three. Ponder the thought that breathing is something that is happening to us (that we receiving). Most of our breathing is unconscious and involuntary and when it stops, so do we. In between each breath is silence and non-motion; here is where our eternal consciousness lives. When we learn to access this space between breaths we are mightier for it.
If we could be aware of each breath all the time, it would be the most transformative thing we could do; more self-empowering than any class, seminar, workshop or lecture we could attend. Being aware of our breathing removes our focus on our emotions and thoughts. This is one of the most effective ways to connect with the dimension of consciousness.
Because breath has no form it is an extremely effective way to bring consciousness into our lives. When we are present and focusing on each breath we have to be conscious. We may to realize that presence and consciousness are the same.